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  • Abortion ban, prosperity at top of 2023 agenda
    par Staff Reports le 28/01/2023 à 1:00

    The day after Gov. Henry McMaster pushed legislators to approve another abortion ban, House members took the first steps to do just that. The post Abortion ban, prosperity at top of 2023 agenda appeared first on Charleston City Paper.

  • Brack: New playbook offers strategies for legislative success
    par Andy Brack le 28/01/2023 à 12:00

    Every year in the legislature, people try to get state lawmakers to pass their pet initiatives. Too many fail for reasons that are as varied as the ideas — the advocates don’t have a big enough idea, a broad enough network of grassroots support or not enough friends in the General […]

  • Charleston chef named one of three 2023 S.C. Chef Ambassadors
    par Michael Pham le 27/01/2023 à 9:02

    Executive chef Marcus Shell from downtown’s French restaurant 39 Rue de Jean was named one of the three new Chef Ambassadors for South Carolina. The post Charleston chef named one of three 2023 S.C. Chef Ambassadors appeared first on Charleston City Paper.

  • Harold’s Cabin launches upstairs lounge The Pickled Beat
    par Michael Pham le 27/01/2023 à 3:08

    Harold’s Cabin transformed its upstairs space into a new concept — The Pickled Beat, a cozy, casual lounge. The post Harold’s Cabin launches upstairs lounge The Pickled Beat appeared first on Charleston City Paper.

  • Spoleto Festival USA 2023 to celebrate international, local artists
    par Chloe Hogan le 27/01/2023 à 3:00

    The reinvention of age-old tales is a prevailing theme in the 2023 lineup for Spoleto Festival USA, which will feature more than 100 performances May 26 through June 11. The post Spoleto Festival USA 2023 to celebrate international, local artists appeared first on Charleston City Paper.

  • Friday headlines: 4th day of Murdaugh trial focuses on crime scene
    par Staff Reports le 27/01/2023 à 2:03

    The officer who was first to arrive on the scene of the 2021 murder of Alex Murdaugh's wife and son testified Thursday that Murdaugh was upset but did not see any visible tears on his face.  The post Friday headlines: 4th day of Murdaugh trial focuses on crime scene appeared first on […]

  • Art exhibit celebrates Black creatives Sunday
    par Chloe Hogan le 27/01/2023 à 1:00

    Silver Hill Studios hosts an Afrofuturist art exhibition Sunday called 3000 Black. The show combines visual art, poetry, live music, vendors and food, and is co-curated by Zania Cummings and Marcus McDonald.  The post Art exhibit celebrates Black creatives Sunday appeared first on Charleston […]

  • RiverDogs announce coaching staff ahead of 2023 season
    par Staff Reports le 26/01/2023 à 9:47

    New additions and familiar faces will join the Charleston RiverDogs’s coaching staff for the 2023 season, which opens April 6 at Myrtle Beach. The post RiverDogs announce coaching staff ahead of 2023 season appeared first on Charleston City Paper.

  • Thursday headlines: McMaster pushes for more prosperity, abortion ban
    par Staff Reports le 26/01/2023 à 2:28

    Gov. Henry McMaster reiterated Wednesday in his sixth State of the State address that he wanted the state to continue its ongoing economic prosperity in South Carolina. He urged lawmakers to keep investing record surpluses into state reserves to prepare for a recession. He also continued his […]

  • Terrace Theater hosts ‘Women Talking’ screening, Q&A
    par Kevin Young le 25/01/2023 à 9:33

    The Terrace Theater and Buxton Books welcome actress Sheila McCarthy Saturday during a Skype Q&A following a screening of her new movie Women Talking. McCarthy plays the character Greta in the film directed by Sarah Polley.  Terrace Theater owner Paul Brown said he is thrilled to host a […]

  • Fresh Future Farms will expand to new 20-acre site
    par Chelsea Grinstead le 25/01/2023 à 9:21

    North Charleston nonprofit food justice organization Fresh Future Farm (FFF) will scale up its current food production operation with a new 20-acre rural site at a yet-to-be-announced location.  The nationally recognized organization currently operates as a neighborhood grocery store and […]

  • PULSE: What’s happening in Charleston music
    par Chelsea Grinstead le 25/01/2023 à 7:00

    Book your sweetheart an Ohm Radio Singing Valentine It’s that romantic time of year when you can send your special someone an Ohm Radio Singing Valentine. Give the gift of live music by delivering a song performed by a local musician for $65. You can also play a tune for your crush on the […]

  • Charleston City Paper – Dish Dining Guide, Winter 2023
    par City Paper Staff le 25/01/2023 à 4:08

    The post Charleston City Paper – Dish Dining Guide, Winter 2023 appeared first on Charleston City Paper.

  • Dish Dining Guide Winter 2023
    par City Paper Staff le 25/01/2023 à 4:04

    Welcome to another year, readers. Bundle up in the cool weather this season with a new edition of Dish, Charleston City Paper’s quarterly magazine covering all things food in the city. In this wintertime edition, learn how to pair wine and food with sommelier Sarah O’Kelley […]

  • State: Murder weapon known, but can’t be found in Murdaugh case
    par Staff Reports le 25/01/2023 à 1:42

    According to surprising Tuesday testimony in the double murder trial of disbarred lawyer Alex Murdaugh, an expert witness said investigators know what the murder weapon was — a .300 Blackout semi-automatic rifle “that had been used before at the Murdaughs’ spacious hunting estate […]

  • What to do for the week of Jan. 25
    par Staff Reports le 25/01/2023 à 9:08

    SUNDAYLowcountry Oyster Festival Don’t miss a chance to raise funds for local charities while shucking and eating as many oysters as you can handle at the Lowcountry Oyster Festival. Live music from local supergroup Radio Bomb with members of the Blue Dogs, Uncle Mingo and the East Coast […]

  • Rusted Revolution drops ‘Lo-Fi-Hi’
    par Vincent Harris le 25/01/2023 à 9:08

    Rock ‘n’ Roll Is In Short Supply, the 2021 album by the Charleston trio Rusted Revolution, was an exercise in musical opposites. On the album’s 10 tracks, bassist/singer Paul Rivers brought the straight-ahead rock and guitarist/vocalist John Haas provided a nerdy, New Wave-style […]

  • Healthy Thyme delivers restaurant-quality meals
    par Elise DeVoe le 25/01/2023 à 9:08

    Meal prepping requires a level of planning that can be tough to execute with everything else on your to-do list. Fortunately, local meal delivery service Healthy Thyme Meals does all the work for you. The post Healthy Thyme delivers restaurant-quality meals appeared first on Charleston City Paper.

  • The distorted reality of ‘Southern Charm’ and ‘Southern Hospitality’
    par Dustin Waters le 25/01/2023 à 9:08

    Less than one minute into the premiere of Charleston-based reality show Southern Hospitality, someone describes the setting’s atmosphere as “a Vegas nightclub with a Miami hotness.”  This is interesting in two ways. First, it’s devoid of meaning in a way that’s […]

  • Fire safety aimed at preventing blazes that leave some homeless
    par Herb Frazier le 25/01/2023 à 9:08

    Residential fires in the tri-county have displaced on average 820 people in each of the last three years, including two fires since July 2021 at a North Charleston apartment community that temporarily left slightly more than two dozen people without a place to live. The post Fire safety aimed at […]

  • These restaurants incorporate sweet potatoes
    par Elise DeVoe le 25/01/2023 à 9:08

    During the holidays, sweet potatoes usually play a supporting role as a side dish whether in a casserole or just mashed in a bowl, but a few Charleston chefs are making this ingredient the star of the dish. The post These restaurants incorporate sweet potatoes appeared first on Charleston City […]

  • Blotter: Short temper
    par Chelsea Grinstead le 25/01/2023 à 9:08

    The blotter is taken from reports filed with area police departments between Jan. 14-17. Short temper A shirtless male described as “small” threw vases into a roadway Jan. 15 at Meeting and Spring streets downtown, covering  four lanes of traffic with debris, according to a […]

  • Sommelier Sarah O’Kelley offers tips for balancing wine and food
    par Michael Pham le 25/01/2023 à 9:08

    Properly pairing wine with food can be intimidating, especially if you’re unfamiliar with the many varietals. Sarah O’Kelley, wine director at Edmund’s Oast Exchange, shared some simple tips to guide you. The post Sommelier Sarah O’Kelley offers tips for balancing wine and […]

  • Stegelin: Blame Game
    par Steve Stegelin le 25/01/2023 à 9:08

    The post Stegelin: Blame Game appeared first on Charleston City Paper.

  • Charleston chefs incorporate a variety of spices into their fare
    par Samantha Connors le 25/01/2023 à 9:08

     Winter ingredients like butternut squash and sweet potatoes can transform a meal into a cool weather comfort dish. But deep, rich, earthy spices take seasonal fare to a whole new level — and may even have added health benefits.  The post Charleston chefs incorporate a variety of […]

  • Hearty bowls of standout stews will warm you up
    par Abby Tierney le 25/01/2023 à 9:08

    The sight of a simmering stovetop meal on a brisk winter day is one of the season’s most welcome sights. Steaming bowls of hearty stew remind us of the comforts of home. The post Hearty bowls of standout stews will warm you up appeared first on Charleston City Paper.

  • Berkeley’s owners reflect on the F&B community
    par Elizabeth Hudackso and Marc Hudackso le 25/01/2023 à 9:08

    A rising tide floats all ships When we first came to Charleston 10 years ago, we knew immediately that it was home. There was so much that made it special. The architecture. The beaches. The incredible restaurants. But what truly stood out was an unbelievable sense of community and hospitality, […]

  • Ariail: Sense of comity
    par Robert Ariail le 25/01/2023 à 9:08

    The post Ariail: Sense of comity appeared first on Charleston City Paper.

  • CP Hot List: Additions to the local food scene that are worth taking note of
    par City Paper Staff le 25/01/2023 à 9:08

    New to our quarterly Dish is the CP Hotlist, which shines a spotlight on notable, relatively new hot restaurants that have impressed our cuisine team. The post CP Hot List: Additions to the local food scene that are worth taking note of appeared first on Charleston City Paper.

  • Our View: International African American Museum should say when it’s going to open
    par City Paper Editorial Board le 25/01/2023 à 9:08

    "The museum was supposed to open with pomp and circumstance last week. Instead, about all we hear is that there is a delay that could last months because of humidity and temperature issues in the new building that hugs the Cooper River." The post Our View: International African American Museum […]

  • Charleston City Paper Vol 26 Issue 26
    par City Paper Staff le 25/01/2023 à 9:08

    Charleston City Paper Vol 26 Issue 26 The post Charleston City Paper Vol 26 Issue 26 appeared first on Charleston City Paper.

  • Ridenour shares a year of daily drawings
    par Chloe Hogan le 25/01/2023 à 9:08

    Charleston artist Lauren Ridenour documented her thoughts and emotions every day in 2022 through a series of 365 drawings. Ridenour has garnered a large following on social media for her daily posts of original artwork, which often capture vulnerable feelings, especially anxiety and insecurity. […]

  • The Top 50: Our go-to restaurants for everything from decadent to down-home fare
    par City Paper Staff le 25/01/2023 à 9:00

    Looking for a bite to eat in Charleston can be overwhelming. Fortunately, we’ve narrowed down the list to the city’s Top 50 restaurants, a not-so-easy task. The post The Top 50: Our go-to restaurants for everything from decadent to down-home fare appeared first on Charleston City Paper.

  • Covid update: FDA creates plan for annual Covid boosters
    par Staff Reports le 24/01/2023 à 9:24

    The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) outlined a plan Monday to offer Americans a new Covid-19 shot each fall — a strategy similar to how health officials combat the flu virus on a yearly basis.  The FDA initiated a plan to only offer bivalent primary and booster shots and do away with […]

  • My Dream Dinner winner, 1/24
    par Staff Reports le 24/01/2023 à 7:40

    Family supper Kim Clay of West Ashley would like to gather with family members, including her late father and her granddaughter, along with Michelle Obama for a dream dinner. Together, they’ll enjoy a classic Southern appetizer, an indulgent entree and a refreshingly sweet dessert. DREAM […]

  • Tuesday headlines: Murdaugh defense to seek key rulings before testimony begins
    par Staff Reports le 24/01/2023 à 2:45

    Defense lawyers for accused murderer Alex Murdaugh will ask Circuit Court Judge Clifton Newman to make a pair of key rulings before testimony begins. If successful, the decisions could strike out a massive amount of evidence. The post Tuesday headlines: Murdaugh defense to seek key rulings before […]

  • 34 West continues to bring original productions to the stage
    par Kevin Young le 23/01/2023 à 4:53

    Since its founding, 34 West has become a part of Charleston’s theater community’s cultural landscape and has earned a loyal following.  The post 34 West continues to bring original productions to the stage appeared first on Charleston City Paper.

  • Charleston author Taylor releases new thriller
    par Staff Reports le 23/01/2023 à 4:31

    Charleston-based, New York Times-bestselling author Brad Taylor is on the verge of releasing his 17th novel, a continuation of his Pike Logan series. The post Charleston author Taylor releases new thriller appeared first on Charleston City Paper.

  • Monday headlines: Today starts beginning of trial involving 2 murders, millions of dollars, family privilege
    par Staff Reports le 23/01/2023 à 2:18

    Alex Murdaugh, the disbarred Lowcountry lawyer from a Hampton County family of privilege, will be on trial starting today for the double murders of his wife and youngest son in June 2021.  The post Monday headlines: Today starts beginning of trial involving 2 murders, millions of dollars, […]

  • 5 things to know about the Murdaugh trial
    par Andy Brack le 22/01/2023 à 11:41

    A much-anticipated murder trial that starts Monday in Walterboro is, by definition, an automatic media spectacle. It starts with the story of an affluent small county Lowcountry ex-lawyer charged with murdering his wife and a son. The post 5 things to know about the Murdaugh trial appeared first on […]

  • Where to celebrate the Lunar New Year in Charleston
    par Michael Pham le 22/01/2023 à 4:23

    Happy New Year — again! Today is the start of the lunar calendar, thus the first day of a Lunar New Year, a tradition most popularly celebrated in East Asian and Southeast Asian cultures. While much of the world celebrated the solar new year on Jan. 1, there are still many things to do (and […]

  • WEEK IN REVIEW: Murdaugh trial set to begin Monday
    par Staff Reports le 22/01/2023 à 4:12

    Staff reports  | Prosecutors and defense lawyers are making final preparations for next week’s blockbuster murder trial in Walterboro of disbarred lawyer Alex Murdaugh of Hampton County. Murdaugh is charged with the murders of his wife Maggie and son Paul in June […]

  • State board votes to dissolve Charleston school’s charter
    par Chelsea Grinstead le 21/01/2023 à 8:29

    The South Carolina Public Charter School District (SCPCSD) Board of Trustees voted Thursday to revoke the charter status of Charleston Advancement Academy (CAA), which has campuses in North Charleston and James Island. It’s unclear whether the school will challenge the decision. […]

  • Patti O’Furniture hosts drag Entertainer of the Year pageant Sunday
    par Chloe Hogan le 21/01/2023 à 5:24

    Eight drag queens compete for the title of drag Entertainer of the Year (EOY) Sunday during the Palmetto Regional pageant at Queen Street Playhouse. The winner will go on to compete in the national competition. The competing queens will take to the stage in four categories: creative […]

  • Brack: One American story worth reading
    par Andy Brack le 21/01/2023 à 12:00

    There’s a new book you should read. It’s a children’s book so it won’t take long. But it tells one American story that too many people don’t understand. In fact, it’s simply called An American Story ($18.99). But what does that mean? It’s a safe bet […]

  • Sightsee hosts “Best Pop-up Ever” Saturday with Mansueta’s, DJ Moldybrain
    par Michael Pham le 20/01/2023 à 4:25

    Sightsee is bringing together some of the Holy City’s favorite businesses and people Saturday during its Best Pop-up Ever from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The post Sightsee hosts “Best Pop-up Ever” Saturday with Mansueta’s, DJ Moldybrain appeared first on Charleston City Paper.

  • Friday headlines: Murdaugh trial set to begin next week
    par Samantha Connors and Staff Reports le 20/01/2023 à 2:28

    Prosecutors and defense lawyers are making final preparations for next week’s blockbuster murder trial in Walterboro of disbarred lawyer Alex Murdaugh of Hampton County. Murdaugh is charged with the murders of his wife Maggie and son Paul in June 2021.  He’s also facing dozens of […]

  • Arthur Ravenel Jr. was South Carolina’s last true character
    par Thomas Ravenel le 19/01/2023 à 2:48

    My father derived a true joy and happiness through public service. Growing up, we’d always have to take the phone off the hook during dinnertime because people he represented — and even those he didn’t represent — called nonstop for help and he helped! The post Arthur […]

  • Thursday headlines: Charleston mayoral candidates report finances, gear up for election
    par Staff Reports le 19/01/2023 à 2:28

    Five candidates have launched campaigns for the Nov. 7 mayoral election and in the coming months will continue to make efforts to build up their name recognition and secure voters. As of Jan. 10, four candidates reported finances for their campaign. Another said she would run on Jan. 16. Currently […]

  • Covid update: Health officials say Pfizer’s Covid booster does not increase risk of stroke
    par Staff Reports le 18/01/2023 à 8:00

    Federal health officials debunked a claim that Americans aged 65 and older may face a greater risk of an ischemic stroke after receiving a Pfizer-BioNTech bivalent Covid booster, according to The New York Times. The post Covid update: Health officials say Pfizer’s Covid booster does not […]

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